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Brother LS2-B837 Manual and how to thread

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There is a section for manuals on this page:
http://m.brother-usa.com/support/ModelInfo.aspx?R3ModelID=B837

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I can't freely remove my work from the bed after sewing.


I know this sounds wrong, but I am very sure you are not threading it correctly. If the sewing is loopy on the underneath, it is not properly threaded on the top of the machine or not properly caught into the tension discs at the front/on the top. If the stitching is loopy on the totop, then the problem is underneath in the bobbin area. Sort of back the front-upside down.If you are sure you have threaded it correctly, then-1) Put the foot down to sew 2) turn the balance wheel to place the needle into the fabric 3) hold the threads to the back or side 4) start sewing. Because you are holding the threads, this stops them from being able to get caught up underneath. It will still happen if the machine is incorrectly threaded. If all this fails, what area do you live in??? Good luck, sewing is wonderful :)

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Top tension has to be turned all the way down to get good stitch, then thread gets caught in bobbin and lower hooping on thread..


Grab some scrap fabric of the same type you'll be sewing. Tighten your top tension and test sew until you see until you see the top thread of a seam go like a straight line and the bobbin thread loops on top of the seam. Then back off of the top tension until those loops disappear.

If you never see it the top thread go like a straight line... your top tension needs to be cleaned... and make sure you have the pressure foot UP when you thread the upper thread.

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How to thread XL 3010 Brothers


Do you have a manual?
You can download a free manual from the Brother site.
http://www.brother-usa.com/ModelDocuments/Consumer/Users%20Manual/UM_XL_3010_EN_239.PDF
Page 13 of the manual (page 20 of the PDF file) shows you how to thread the machine.
Hope this helps!

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Top thread keeps breaking


Check your threading path with your manual. If, you look up your manual online at brother.com it can be made larger and you may spot your mistake easier.

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I have a Brother Industrial sewing machine model # LS2


http://www.mastersewusa.com/info_br_ls2-b837.html

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